Four Virginian students among Rhodes Scholarship recipients

Fredrick Kunkle
The Washington Post

Virginia has four new reasons to boast of the quality of education in the commonwealth with the announcement that two Northern Virginia natives and two University of Virginia students are among the 32 recipients of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarships this year.

Two Arlington residents and two out-of-state University of Virginia seniors will attend Oxford University for two or three years of all-expenses-paid study beginning in 2014, according to the trust that has provided scholarships through the estate of British philanthropist Cecil Rhodes since 1902.

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